Welcome 2021. May you be a damned sight better than the past year. 2020 can now be relegated as hindsight, a lesson in what not to do.
Happy New Years!
Wow, where did the time go? My last post was in September. Time for some catching up.
First, I'm still alive.
November was NaNo. I wound up going with Total Security Concepts, which is now set in the Subject 13 universe. Total words was 50 262. What I'm finding is that I can write at a decent pace, 2000 to 2500 words a night, provided I have time off to recharge. This matches up with my writing for Lost in Translation, where it takes me two days to write a 1500 word review. I up my game for NaNo, and I've figured out how to pacce myself for the marathon.
Total Security Concepts began as a look at how normal people in a world of superpowers defend themselves. It then turned into a murder mystery that included corporate meetings. One character went from just having a superheroic ID to being lead investigator. It was fun writing the story just to see where it went. The result is satisfying but will need a bit of time to congeal before I serialize it here.
|Sneak peak of the minis|
to come, with the
Lost in Translation is still going strong. The pandemic prevents one of my main methods of looking for review fodder - checking the rows of DVDs at the music store. I may have a secondary method, but it's going to need refining. I have five potential reviews for the new year, once the end-of-year posts are done. There may be news related to Lost in Translation coming up in the New Year. Stay tuned.
Coming up, more Lost in Translation, possibly a serial in January, and hopefully some gaming posts. I want to get a comparison of Cyberpunk 2020 and Shadowrun characters done. I also want to create a character or two for Shadowrun Sixth World. Maybe during some down time during the holidays. Minis will get finished at some point.
Today, over at Psycho Drive-In, Quantum Leap - "A Leap to Di For".
Saturday, over at The Seventh Sanctum, Wrapping up 2020
It's been some time. Somehow, March has become September. Summer existed and it was hot but, well, time has ceased to have meaning. Autumn is coming, when trees become colourful and stop having sex. With autumn comes November, and with November comes NaNoWriMo.
I have no idea what I'm writing.
That's not new for me. I usually have a few ideas on the go that I could just pick up and run with. This summer, though, the creativity is just out of reach. No worries, I can make this work. I do have a few ideas, though.